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Crisis - 12 JUNE 2024

Charting Biden’s Climate Course

Joe Biden promised to end new drilling on federal lands. It didn’t work out that way. A former top aide explains why, and what it means for the US fight against climate change. By Stephen Power and Emily Buczynski.


Leadership - 14 MAY 2024

World's Best Pastry Chef

Nina Métayer is the first female to be named World’s Pastry Chef. She is French of course. By Aurélia de Lapeyrouse and Sophie Gotelf.


ESG and Sustainable Business - 02 MAY 2024

A Masterclass in Systems Change

Jeremy Oppenheim, Founder and Senior Partner of Systemiq, offers his views on how corporates can benefit from looking beyond traditional walls to become “system shapers.”


ESG and Sustainable Business - 01 MAY 2024

Familial Footsteps

Ken Shibusawa is Japan’s leading voice on stakeholder capitalism. The Brunswick Senior Advisor reflects on the ESG landscape today, opportunities ahead for Japanese companies and the legacy of his famous ancestor, called “the father of Japanese capitalism.”


Finance - 02 MAY 2024

Banking on Entrepreneurs

Rishi Khosla, the Co-Founder of leading neobank OakNorth, talks about serving the “missing middle” of enterprise and the role that segment plays in society. By Brunswick's Alice Gibb and Carlton Wilkinson.


Leadership - 19 APRIL 2024

In Conversation: Salman Amin

A love of brands transformed Salman Amin from engineer to marketing chief with a brief stint as reality television star of business. Now he’s the CEO of global biscuit and chocolate maker pladis, home to iconic brands such as McVitie’s and Godiva.


Energy and Resources - 21 MARCH 2024

What Do Your Tax Returns Have to Do with the US’s Clean Energy Transition?

More than you’d expect, according to Sourav Bhowmick, Chief of Staff in the Treasury’s IRA Implementation Office.

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Leadership - 01 DECEMBER 2023

Accelerating Women in Tech

Will COVID-19 put gender diversity in the tech world on the backburner—or provide a crucial jolt to eradicate dated policies and thinking? Laura Stebbing, Co-CEO of accelerateHER, talks to Brunswick’s Meaghan Ramsey and Inez Bartram Vilar.


Leadership - 05 MARCH 2024

Milken Institute CEO Richard Ditizio

Decades of careful listening inform his leadership. By Tanisha Carino and Molly Millerwise Meiners.


Consumer Industries - 20 FEBRUARY 2024

Kellanova Chairman and CEO Steve Cahillane

Guided by the example of founder William Keith Kellogg, Cahillane executed a transformation of considerable consequence across the global food industry.


Consumer Industries - 20 FEBRUARY 2024

Spirit of the Founder

Transparency and empathy guided the spinoff that created Kellanova and WK Kellogg Co. By Kris Bahner.


Consumer Industries - 20 FEBRUARY 2024

WK Kellogg Co Chairman and CEO Gary Pilnick

He’s the leader of a new cereal company with century-old roots and a venerable name—WK Kellogg Co.


Consumer Industries - 20 FEBRUARY 2024

Legacy Rooted in Family

Once she was a Battle Creek reporter charged with covering Kellogg Co. Now the first Chief Corporate Affairs Officer for the new WK Kellogg Co, Stacy Flathau shares her story and her view of the spinoff.

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Consumer Industries - 20 FEBRUARY 2024

Mr. Kellogg Would Approve

A spinoff that offered enormous opportunity for a 118-year-old company also posed challenges for executives determined to chart a new course while honoring the legacy of their founder.

Kansas City Chiefs Victory Parade

Leadership - 09 FEBRUARY 2024

Mahomes Economics

What’s an NFL dynasty worth to Kansas City? By Kevin Helliker.

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - 07 FEBRUARY 2024

MLK, Behind the Legend

In exposing his flaws, a new biography underscores his greatness.


Geopolitical and Regulatory - 06 FEBRUARY 2024

Signs of a New India

Brunswick Chairman Sir Alan Parker talks with Cyril Shroff, the leading corporate lawyer in Mumbai, about the prospects for the country’s journey and the opportunities ahead.

The economist Dambisa Moyo in New York on Sept. 7, 2021. (Guerin Blask/The New York Times)

Geopolitical and Regulatory - 01 FEBRUARY 2024

Dambisa Moyo

“The world we’ve been living in, where democratic, capitalistic states dominate, is a historical aberration,” says the global economist, author and board member. By Kevin Helliker.


Leadership - 18 JANUARY 2024

Chairman's Letter

This is not a temporary change, but a profound one. By Sir Alan Parker.


Energy and Resources - 03 JANUARY 2024

Christopher Guérin

The CEO of the global energy cable supplier Nexans sees his “no-growth” strategy emphasizing profit, people and environment as a model. He talks to Brunswick’s Guillaume Maujean and Benoit Grange.


Technology, Media and Telecoms - 02 JANUARY 2024

Tranformative Tech Leader

President and CEO Julie Iskow talks to Brunswick about Workiva’s reporting platform and the people-first approach that keeps the company among the top places to work. By Kai Goldynia and Carlton Wilkinson.


Consumer Industries - 13 DECEMBER 2023

Style on Purpose: Ralph Lauren’s Katie Ioanilli

“I think anyone who sits on a Board or executive team now has a deeper understanding about the need for strong, strategic communications leadership,” says Ralph Lauren’s Chief Global Impact and Communications Officer.


Leadership - 05 DECEMBER 2023

The Shape of a Leader

The Oxford Character Project Executive Director Dr. Ed Brooks talks to Brunswick’s Natasha Burroughs about raising the bar for leadership and business culture.

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Consumer Industries - 28 NOVEMBER 2023

Eyes of the Beholder

Falguni Nayar created a multibillion-dollar beauty e-commerce market in India through her own brand and online platform. She talks to Brunswick’s Pavan Lall.


Leadership - 21 NOVEMBER 2023

Leave the First 100 Days to Napoleon and FDR

Incoming executives are expected to come armed with them, yet 100-day plans are dated and arbitrary. Brunswick Partner Bill Pendergast offers an alternative.


Crisis - 07 NOVEMBER 2023


Moody’s CEO Rob Fauber says that we’re living in a new era of risk. By Brunswick’s Craig Mullaney and Bill Pendergast.

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Leadership - 06 NOVEMBER 2023

Introduction: People Puzzle

A letter from the Editor.

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Leadership - 07 NOVEMBER 2023

Katy George

When it comes to how, when and why we work, McKinsey’s Chief People Officer is the voice of the future. By Michael France and Noam Safier.


Consumer Industries - 26 SEPTEMBER 2023

The Making of Kontoor Brands

Under CEO Scott Baxter, innovation is driving the ascent of Lee and Wrangler. By Senior Partner Jayne Rosefield.

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Leadership - 21 SEPTEMBER 2023

Barista in Chief

Meet Laxman Narasimhan, father, husband, son—and now CEO of Starbucks. By Nikhil Deogun.

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Leadership - 01 AUGUST 2023

Our Southeast Asia Story

By Sir Alan Parker.


Crisis - 01 AUGUST 2023

Navigating the Deep Sea

Capital and companies are pouring into Southeast Asia. That means more attention for the region—and more competition. Sunitha Chalam, Head of Brunswick’s Singapore office, reports.

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Arts and Creative - 01 AUGUST 2023

LKY The Musical

What began as a “crazy idea,” according to the people behind it, is today Singapore’s most successful homegrown musical—one that tells the story of the country’s founding and its founder. Brunswick’s Ben Fry reports.

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Geopolitical and Regulatory - 01 AUGUST 2023

Punching Above Its Weight

Tiny Singapore boasts an outsized presence and performance across a huge range of areas.


Geopolitical and Regulatory - 01 AUGUST 2023

Singapore Slang

Four languages, one "economic miracle."


Crisis - 01 AUGUST 2023

Shared Spirit

Long-ago sacrifices still frame contemporary commitment to Singapore and Southeast Asia. By Will Carnwath, co-founder of Brunswick’s Singapore office.


Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - 03 JUNE 2020

The Grandfather of Pride

In a new book, Dr. Eric Cervini spotlights early gay-rights pioneer Frank Kameny, a long-overlooked figure who helped launch a global movement. Wyatt Yankus reports.


Consumer Industries - 20 JULY 2021

Leonard Lauder on Saying Yes

From a depth of experience that dates back to the hardscrabble 1940s, this prestige beauty industry legend surveys the world’s current travails and sees opportunity.


Finance - 25 JANUARY 2023

Rock Star of Taxation

With the OECD from 2012 to 2022, Pascal Saint-Amans electrified tax policy discussions and crafted the global minimum corporate tax and other reforms that will have a profound effect on the global economy in coming years. Now a Brunswick Partner, he talks to Carlton Wilkinson.


Finance - 28 FEBRUARY 2023

A Seasoned VC Sees Virtue in Adversity

Downturns aren’t new to Silicon Valley, or to Abhinav Tiwari. By Kirsty Cameron.


Industrials and Infrastructure - 23 FEBRUARY 2023

A Port Authority on the Great Untangling

What caused the logjam? What eased it? What’s the economic outlook? Insight from Gene Seroka, Chief of America’s busiest port. By Stephanie Heise.


Consumer Industries - 16 AUGUST 2021

Oscar Munoz

United’s former Executive Chairman and CEO talks to Brunswick’s Jayne Rosefield about managing the airline’s turnaround and hard-won lessons of leadership. From the Brunswick Review.


Entertainment - 16 SEPTEMBER 2021

Ride of a Lifetime: A Conversation with Bob Iger

Brunswick founder Sir Alan Parker speaks with Executive Chairman and former CEO of Disney.


Finance - 15 JULY 2021

The Good Guys

Private equity has long been cast as one of capitalism’s villains. But through its multibillion-dollar, myth-busting portfolio, Chicago-based Vistria Group is offering a different narrative. The Brunswick Review speaks with their co-CEOs.


Energy and Resources - 16 JUNE 2021

The Endurance Entrepreneur

His first startup launched at the dawn of this century, and Simon Rogerson has been launching others ever since, while also raising children, running triathlons and contemplating the purpose of business. By Susan Gilchrist.

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Leadership - 19 MAY 2021

Rebel Queen

At first, Regina Merson thought mask-wearing would cripple her cosmetics startup. But it turns out that Latina women wear lipstick even in a pandemic. By Amy Koch.


Geopolitical and Regulatory - 18 MAY 2021

Goodbye, Angela Merkel

As her reign nears its end, Brunswick’s Carl Hohenthal recalls the politician he knew long before her 16 years as German Chancellor.

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Technology, Media and Telecoms - 27 JULY 2021

How to Lead

Leaders of many kinds fascinate David Rubenstein, author, TV host, private equity pioneer.


Leadership - 22 SEPTEMBER 2021

Neal Wolin

In an interview, Brunswick’s CEO assesses the challenges facing leadership in a time of crisis.


Leadership - 16 SEPTEMBER 2021

About The Issue: Leadership

A note from the Editor in Chief.


Crisis - 23 DECEMBER 2020

Introduction to The WFH Issue

One legacy of the pandemic is the arrival in general parlance of “WFH.” So named, this edition of our magazine brings you Brunswick Review stories posted online during the first months of the pandemic.

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Leadership - 20 SEPTEMBER 2021

The Coming Revolution

By Sir Alan Parker

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Leadership - 18 JUNE 2020

The George Floyd Outrage: US Workers Speak

Brunswick Insight’s poll of employees reveals how they would like their companies to respond. By Mara Riemer.

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Leadership - 24 JUNE 2020

Intelligence Report

Two former CIA officers, now with Brunswick, discuss the past and future of the US.


Leadership - 23 DECEMBER 2020


The global menswear brand’s CEO, grandson of its founder, tells Brunswick’s Natasha Aleksandrov, Lidia Fornasiero and Brendan Riley how his grandfather’s commitment to social value still guides the company.


Leadership - 23 DECEMBER 2020

2020 The Age of Acceleration

There are moments in history when everything seems to accelerate. Ten years in one. 2020 is such a moment. By Alan Parker.

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Leadership - 17 JULY 2020

In Millennials We Trust

Left holding the bag, they will correct the mistakes of their predecessors, says Brunswick’s Jennifer Huffman.

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Leadership - 09 SEPTEMBER 2020

Inside IBM’s COVID-19 Response

CIO Fletcher Previn and his team “compressed 10 years of strategy into 10 weeks of execution,” reports Philip Delves Broughton.

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Leadership - 01 MAY 2020

The Woman in the Mirror

Unilever’s Arabic web platform Miraa hosts Arab women in an ongoing conversation on female beauty and healthcare. Brunswick’s Tasha Young reports.


Leadership - 20 OCTOBER 2020

Success on Your Own Terms

Shellye Archambeau was one of Silicon Valley’s first African American female CEOs. She spoke with us about her new book, the Business Roundtable’s effects inside the boardroom and why she “detests” work-life balance.

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Leadership - 29 APRIL 2020

Deployment: WFH

A retired Four-Star Admiral, accustomed to long confinements at sea, offered counsel in April on how to navigate the tough times ahead.

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Leadership - 22 APRIL 2020

India Epicenter

One state’s readiness could serve as a model for the nation and the world. “Coronavirus Slayer” K.K. Shailaja, Kerala’s Health Minister, talks to Brunswick’s Khozem Merchant.

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Leadership - 15 OCTOBER 2020

Iconoclastic Economics: Dambisa Moyo

The fate of the global economy does not rest on the US election, says Dr. Moyo. “It’s bad, whatever happens.” By Kevin Helliker.


Leadership - 08 APRIL 2020

The Moment We Trained For

A (young) elder of UK government and politics on leadership amid the pandemic.


Leadership - 01 APRIL 2020

Crisis Revisited

In March 2020, Neal Wolin saw perils darker than in early ‘09.


Leadership - 03 DECEMBER 2020

Connected Leadership: Communicating From the Outside-In

How can CEOs engage a WFH workforce? Fewer all-company emails and more social posts, says Craig Mullaney.


Finance - 20 APRIL 2020

Private Equity Visionary

Gerald Parsky talks with Brunswick’s Harry W. Clark about how the pandemic is re-shaping the priorities of private equity and society.


Leadership - 06 MAY 2020

Five Life-Saving Leadership Principles

Famed explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes talks to Alex Blake-Milton about the discipline needed to achieve a goal no other has done.


Leadership - 09 DECEMBER 2020

In Conversation: McDonald's CEO Chris Kempczinski

He took charge of McDonald’s amid an executive scandal and soon found himself facing the most serious global pandemic in a century. He spoke with Brunswick’s Jayne Rosefield.

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Leadership - 23 MARCH 2020

Churchill and the Flu

CEOs and business leaders are having to take decisions with potential life or death consequences. Andrew Roberts explores how Winston Churchill was shaped by pandemic, and what lessons his leadership holds.


Leadership - 15 MARCH 2022

How to Reform Capitalism

“I think it would be odd if there wasn’t cynicism given the track record of big business,” says Brunswick Chairman Sir Alan Parker. But, he adds, “Right now, you are witnessing a change unlike anything I’ve seen in my career.”

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Leadership - 15 MARCH 2022

Mark Carney Talks Value(s)

The leading voice on sustainable finance speaks with Brunswick CEO Neal Wolin.

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Business and Society - 15 MARCH 2022

Indra Nooyi & Ajay Banga

The former CEO of Mastercard interviews the former CEO of PepsiCo about the challenges of social purpose in the US, India and around the world.


Leadership - 06 OCTOBER 2022

Neal Wolin

“You can't slow things down,” Brunswick CEO Neal Wolin tells Philip Delves Broughton. “You have to figure out a way to balance and juggle a set of things all at once.”

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Leadership - 15 MARCH 2022

The Business of Equity

Diversity, equity and inclusion must be embedded into all the activity of an organization. Brunswick’s Deepali Bagati speaks with Deloitte Global Inclusion Leader Emma Codd.


Leadership - 12 NOVEMBER 2022

Unapologetically, Uniquely Us

Monique “Mo” Matheson, Chief Human Resources Officer at Nike Inc., talks to Brunswick about the shift in employee experience, HR’s role, the power of teams and what it means to be uniquely Nike.


Leadership - 10 NOVEMBER 2022

The Storyteller

NBCUniversal’s Susan Rovner talks with Brunswick’s Morgan Snyder about building diversity in content and leadership.


Leadership - 02 NOVEMBER 2022

The Wizard of Ads

How deep insight into products and consumers transformed one man into “The Father of Advertising.” By Matt Shepherd-Smith.


Leadership - 06 OCTOBER 2022

Critical Moment

On July 12, 2022, the first public images from the James Webb Space Telescope proved a revelation.


Leadership - 06 OCTOBER 2022

Letter from the Editor

An introduction to The Acceleration Issue from the Editor in Chief.


Leadership - 07 APRIL 2022

Coming Out as Transgender in Corporate America

A conversation with Goldman Sachs Managing Director Maeve DuVally.


Leadership - 03 MAY 2022

The Future of Air Travel

An interview with Paul Griffiths, CEO of Dubai International, the world’s largest airport.


Leadership - 18 OCTOBER 2022

Long Time Coming: A Labor Economist's Nobel Prize

Last autumn, David Card received the award for contrarian research he published long ago. By Beatrice Aronson.


Leadership - 10 NOVEMBER 2022

Catching Up with Aedamar Comiskey

Linklaters’ first female Senior Partner loves leading a firm that embraces change. Brunswick’s Kim Fletcher reports.

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Leadership - 14 JULY 2022

America's Construction Supplier

First to arrive at US construction sites, Ferguson is last to leave. Brunswick talks with CEO Kevin Murphy.

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Leadership - 02 AUGUST 2022

A Pandemic Culinary Triumph

A brasserie opens in Brooklyn, during the pandemic, and wins a Michelin star. Meet the Chef, General Manager and Investor behind Francie. By Hunter Hallman.

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Leadership - 15 NOVEMBER 2022

McKinsey's Unorthodox GC

On paper, Pierre Gentin is a legal All Star. In person, he’s a lot more. By Michael France and Kevin Helliker.

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Leadership - 21 JUNE 2022

To Japan

Sir Alan Parker reflects on his father’s love for the country as Brunswick opens its first permanent Tokyo office.

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Leadership - 16 JUNE 2022

Abenomics: The Sequel

In fall of 2020, Brunswick’s Yoichiro Sato, a former member of Prime Minister Shinzō Abe's office, offered his insights into the outgoing prime minister’s power and how his policies could fare under the new Suga administration. By Daisuke Tsuchiya.

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Leadership - 21 JUNE 2022

Familiar Face of Good

Centuries-old traditions in Asia offer new value. By Tim Payne, Joanna Donne, Daisuke Tsuchiya and Yoichiro Sato.

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Leadership - 21 JUNE 2022

The Rise of Japanese Rugby

Kensuke Iwabuchi, Chairman and CEO of Japan Rugby Football Union, talks to Daisuke Tsuchiya and Misato Nasukawa about building on Japan’s string of international successes in the sport.

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Leadership - 16 JUNE 2022

The View from Outside

In 2016, Osamu Nagayama was leader of the board of Chugai and Sony. He talked to Brunswick’s Daisuke Tsuchiya

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Leadership - 21 JUNE 2022

The Right Chemistry

From baby diapers to electric vehicles, Nippon Shokubai’s portfolio touches all manner of sustainable products. CEO Yujiro Goto talks to Brunswick’s Daisuke Tsuchiya and Ayumi Ban about the secret behind the chemical company’s proprietary technology.


Leadership - 21 JUNE 2022

Culture Catalyst

The day after his retirement as General Counsel for Panasonic, Laurence W. Bates talks to Brunswick’s David Ashton about his personal stake in transparency and his long career bridging cultures.


Leadership - 16 JUNE 2022

Capitalism: A Coming of Age Story

Mitsubishi Research Institute Chairman Hiroshi Komiyama says an aging workforce can be a catalyst for an economic evolutionary leap to a “Platinum Society.” Interview with Brunswick’s Daisuke Tsuchiya and Matthew Brown.